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Old 01-06-2006, 12:38 AM
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[sm=confused.gif]Ignorance is bliss.......noob here...just wondering what exactly this part does..to me it looks like it lifts both front wheels off the ground at the same time...its called a blade type anti roll bar.....im not so far outta my mind that i dont know what a roll bar is, but whenever you lift one wheel....it lifts the other.....keeping in mind that i havent finished the build yet...ie shocks arent on...but it doesnt appear to really make a diff in my mind.....hehehe..maybe i am outta it[&:]....any feedback would be appreciated...
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Old 01-06-2006, 10:17 PM
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Its to prevent the car leaning over too much in the corners. This keeps more of your tire surface in contact with the track hence more grip.

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Just to let you know. I see you have it at it's hardest setting. If you rotate the bars so the flat surface on them is lying horizontal it will not have as much of an affect. You can move it the 45 Degrees etc to find the right balance.
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